When the Nexus Q was pulled off the market, Google said it they were working to create an improved experience with better overall functionality. Could Google I/O 2013 finally see the Q’s return? I wouldn’t get your hopes up.
Android Authority has recently spoken with sources close to Google regarding some of what i in store for us. We know, the ubiquitous “sources” moniker is tiresome, but had we not spoken to these folks ourselves, we wouldn’t feel confident in what we’re reporting. If you’re curious to find out what was said, keep reading!
In a break from tradition, Google I/O will only feature a single three-hour keynote this year. What does this change mean? Join us for a look at some of the possibilities.
Samsung is rumored to upgrade to Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie only five devices: Galaxy S4, S3, Note 2, Note 8.0, Note 10.1, with other models, both older and newer to stop at Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean
If you are interesting in going to the celebration of all things Google, you better head over to the registration page now.
Android Authority broke the story yesterday about the “leaked” video, showcasing the alleged new Chromebook. We all drooled, checked our bank account balance, then took a step back. Could it be real? If we may be so bold as to connect some dots, it just might make a little more sense.
Android 4.2.2 is reportedly going to be released in February/March, just ahead of the Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie launch.
A few days ago we talked about the Motorola X handset and it looks like now there are more details on the device, thanks to a new rumor.
The first Nexus 10 was a pretty great tablet. It was good enough to get sold out at the Google Play Store a number of times. Rumor has it Google could be announcing the next generation at MWC this year.
Google’s inventory issues continue today as the Nexus 10 16GB and 32GB are now listed as sold out in the US Google Play Store.